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This game is one of the very few that leaves a lasting impression. Its ending is thought provoking, it makes you want to play it again to catch every detail. But having never played the first two in the series, im going to play bioshock one first. The uncomfortable atmosphere it creates based on extremes of American culture in the early 1900s really add to the game. Every little detail, every small interaction contributes to the story.
Game play, is about 13 hours, but its one of the best 13 hours. Nothing is repetitive. The fights are rewarding. The best part of the fights are the settings you move through. Every detail of the environment, from air ships to the towns, is so thoughtful detailed. You discover the plot and discover more about the girl you are rescuing who accompanies you. Elizabeth, follows you through most of the game, and while she doesn't fight, she is absolutely critical in the dire moments of battle. She helps find ammo for you and can bring in pieces of the environment.
There are a few minor criticisms in which the keys map to the different actions in battle which make it a little slower than other games. Also there is a bit much of going around and opening crates to find money. However these minor details are absolutely miniscule in the grand scale of the game.
I've played through a lot of FPS. A lot. Bioshock Infinite is the most memorable. The world it creates and the story it shows rivals the best movies I've seen and books I've read. And thats on top of being a thrilling first person shooter.